At the core of our work on alternative cancer treatments here at the EuroMed Foundation is the emphasis on strengthening patients’ immune systems while they are undergoing therapy to fight the disease.
We offer a wide range of complementary therapies that, when paired with Insulin Potentiation Therapy (IPT), help the immune system to create a “hostile environment” for cancer cells, meaning that patients can minimize the chances of suffering a relapse.
Besides that, these therapies can also aggressively, but safely target cancer cells and help detoxify the body, supporting your liver function during IPT. Our medical staff creates customized treatment plans for patients combining the appropriate complementary therapies to address the specific types of cancers that have been diagnosed.
The ABM Mushroom
One of our most interesting therapies involves a mushroom that’s native to a specific region of the Brazilian rainforest. Researchers visiting the region in the late 1960s discovered that the inhabitants of the area, whose diet had included this mushroom for generations, experienced a very low rate of chronic illness. Cancer, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease were all very rare.
The scientists concluded that the Agaricus Blazei Murill (ABM) mushroom played a significant role in the extended life expectancy of these native residents.
A Strong Immune System
Research to answer the lingering question of how this mushroom helped these people remain so healthy led to several studies during the ensuing 25 years that linked the ABM mushroom to a robust immune system. ABM mushrooms provide multiple benefits:
- Boosting the immune system
- Promoting natural responses to fight infectious disease and cancer
- Stimulating production of interferon and interleukin, which help destroy cancer cells
- Functioning as an antiviral, antibacterial, and antifungal agent
The medicinal use of mushrooms can be traced back to our earliest recorded history as a species. And even though ancient cultures, such as the Chinese, have used mushrooms for medicinal purposes for more than 3,000 years, Western cultures only recently began exploring the ability of mushrooms to promote healing and maintain health.
By combining these non-toxic therapies with low-dose chemotherapy, our medical staff helps patients to not only overcome cancer, but lead healthier lives well into the future.